INSURANCE FRAUD/FRAUD SCHEMES ($19,900) REDUCED to class 6 Open/Misdemeanor THEFT which was later REDUCED to a MISDEMEANOR with PROBATION and ZERO DAYS in JAIL. – State v. Mr. & Mrs. B (DMC No. 4545 & 4546) (Pinal County Superior Court CR 2004-00404; CR 2004-00405): Mr. and Mrs. B had purchased a Harley Davidson motorcycle which cost over $20,000. They hid the motorcycle in their garage and called their insurance company in order to file a claim. They were eventually paid $19,900 for the motorcycle. Insurance company investigators became suspicious and photographed Mr. B on the motorcycle. Ultimately, Mr. & Mrs. B were both charged with Insurance Fraud & Theft. They then sought out our help and signed off on Conflict Waivers regarding any potential conflict between us representing both of them. They both were fully aware they were admitting their wrong doing, and we were seeking to avoid Prison time. We were able to convince the Prosecutor to reduce the charge to a Class 6 Open/Misdemeanor with Probation and zero days in Jail in exchange for Restitution. Both successfully completed Probation and the charges were reduced to Misdemeanors. Neither has a Felony conviction on their record.